The UK's leading build to rent operator, Get Living, recently launched 275 new homes at New Maker Yards in Middlewood Locks, and they are absolutely stunning.
The new development, described as a 'modern, big city neighbourhood', will consist of more than 800 beautiful homes when complete – making it the largest build to rent development outside of London and another prime example of why city centre living in Manchester is becoming so popular.
New Maker Yards combines city living with canal-side green space and the new neighbourhood is not only a peaceful sanctuary within the hustle and bustle of the city centre, but it also comes with a lot of perks.
The fully-furnished homes come with no deposit, no fees as part of Get Living’s hassle-free approach to renting, and whether you decide to take on a one, two or three bed property, you'll be able to take a secure yet flexible three year tenancy.
Get Living first made their name over six years ago when they took on East Village – the former London 2012 Athletes' Village – which is now home to a vibrant community of more than 6,000 people.
Residents of New Maker Yards can take advantage of a range of communal spaces, including a residents Club Room, launching in November which will provide space for resident events and networking, as well as a home working hub and green space. But that's not all...
Pets are welcome in all homes, and you'll also be able to take them on a short walk to the brand new Seven Bro7hers beer house, which is currently fitted out in the neighbourhood.
See inside the beautiful Get Living homes – currently situated at New Maker Yards – in the images below.
If you're gearing up for a big move to the city centre or are just bored of your current living situation, act fast, because homes are now available to rent at New Maker Yards. Check them out on the Get Living website here.
Need any more reasons to act fast? Well, we have one more! Any new residents who reserve a home and move in by the 30th of November 2019 will get the first month’s rent absolutely free.
To find out more about this, and to check out the terms and conditions, click this link.